This is all very well, Mr Nickleby, and very proper, so far as it goes--so far as it goes, but it doesn't go far
SCOTLAND'S new social security system will pass its first hurdle today despite claims the package doesn't go far
JOHN O'LEARY backs the Special Congress motion on kickouts - but says it doesn't go far
enough to collect the consent of its users.
I read Korwin's articles with great interest, and one of his latest (Gun Rights, "A Dangerous Precedent," Sept/ Oct 2016) is a good article but it doesn't go far
VICKY Shaw's advice for a fresh financial start for 2016 has a lot of merit but doesn't go far
But a charity has warned the Public Health (Wales) Bill doesn't go far
enough to help people suffering from chronic bowel conditions.
Some critics argue that its plan to cut emissions by 32 per cent only targets coal power and doesn't go far
enough to stall climbing temperatures.
Jesse Cardinal, co-ordinator of Keepers of the Athabasca, said the restriction doesn't go far
enough as it does not apply to major Athabasca waters users Shell, Syncrude and Suncor.
The reform doesn't go far
enough in ordering the protection of privacy of average citizens.
The Welsh Labour Government's current business rate relief scheme is wholly inadequate, doesn't go far
enough and must be extended.
Pilot Larry Welk said that the law was "arbitrary legislation," while John Bailey of the Helicopter Noise Coalition says the law doesn't go far
enough and criticized the Federal Aviation Administration for not backing a tougher law.
However, it doesn't go far
enough," the CEOs declared.
And while that's a welcome move in the right direction, in our view it doesn't go far
Conference of Catholic Bishops says the accommodation doesn't go far
enough, and will continue court challenges.